Jahanginagar University authorities have decided to file a case against locals who carried out the attack on students yesterday over a cricket match.
The decision was taken at an emergency syndicate meeting at noon, reports our JU correspondent quoting Prof Hanif Ali, a syndicate member of the university.
Meanwhile, the hall authorities again locked all female halls while the male dormitories were open and a number of students were staying inside.
However, the university authority, in a press statement issued by the JU Public Relations office, said that staging demonstration and breaking the doors of residential halls are against the university's syndicate decision.
"As per the syndicate decision, the university has been closed since March 16, 2020 until further notice. The decision of ban on visitors and holding all kinds of programmes is still there. So, staging demonstration and breaking the doors of residential halls are against the decisions of the syndicate," it said.
The authorities urged the students to respect the syndicate's decision.
The university authorities will bear the expenses of treatment of all the injured students, stated the release.